Notable: 2011 First Team All-Patriot League ... 2010 Patriot League Rookie of the Year.
2012: Ranked in the Patriot League's top 10 for hitting performance before suffering a season-ending knee injury during warm-ups in the Black Knights' league opener at American (Sept. 21) ... prior to the setback, averaged 3.43 kills per set, which led the team at the time, and 1.00 blocks per set ... named to the Black Knights Invitational All-Tournament Team, West Point Challenge All-Tournament Team and two-time Patriot League Player of the Week.
2011: First team All-Patriot League honoree ... one of three players to play in all 31 matches ... second on the team averaging 2.72 kills per set ... 0.88 blocks per set ranked fifth in the league and second on the team ... reached double-figure kills 16 times ... hit for a team-high .293 percentage, which ranked fifth amongst the Patriot League's top hitters ... registered at least five total blocks in five different matches ... amassed a career-high 19 kills in a critical 3-2 win at Colgate (Oct. 15) ... named Patriot League Player of the Week (Sept. 26) once.
2010: Earned more playing time than any other rookie on Army's young roster ... one of three players to play in all 32 matches ... made 29 starts ... named Patriot League Rookie of the Week three times (Sept. 20, Oct. 4, Oct. 25) ... only middle blocker to earn Patriot League weekly honors, including Player of the Week ... reached double-figure kill numbers seven times, including matching a season-high 16 kills three times (vs. Buffalo, vs. Lehigh, at Lafayette) ... hit for a team-high .245 attack percentage on the year ... bettered that statistic to .322 during Patriot League competitions to rank fourth among conference leaders ... led Army with 90 total blocks (17 solo, 73 assisted) on the season ... recorded at leave five blocks seven times ... her 0.81 blocks per set were good for second on the team and ninth in the Patriot League.
Background: Came to West Point as the only member of the Class of 2014 to spend a year at the USMA Prep School in Fort Monmouth, N.J. ... lent talents to the USMAPS basketball team for one season ... lettered three years as a middle blocker at Woodcreek High School under head coach Brian Jew ... played for Force Volleyball Club out of Sacramento, Calif. ... Force head coach Bruce Boyle has produced countless Division I volleyball players in recent years ... captained her high school team and was named Offensive Player of the Year.
Personal: Megan Catherine Anne Wilton ... daughter of Phillip and Lynette Wilton and Ron and Kimberly Bellamy ... born Nov. 12, 1990, in Sacramento, Calif. ... Company F4 ... major is Systems Management.